When the weather gets cold outside there are a few things that can help. The first is that you can turn on the heater in your house. The next thing that you can do is to layer your clothing so that you stay warm while you are out and about. Lastly and something that invites the season into a home is to start up the fireplace. If you have a wood burning fire place you are at risk of having a mess from the soot that is a product of burning wood. There are many ways to keep the soot from getting on your carpets and house. One is to ensure that your fireplace is cleaned and all the buildup is removed. The other thing that you can do is to make sure that you keep all the tools that are used on the fire out of the reach of kids that could walk around with them. You want to make sure that you do what you can to prevent the soot from getting on the carpet but if it does it is best to use the right method to clean it off.
 

Carpet Care 2000 Outlines How to Remove Soot from Carpet

Use Your Vacuum Cleaner Hose to Remove Soot from Carpet: The problem that occurs when you have a stain such as soot on the carpet is that there are larger chunks that will only make the problem worse. The best thing that you can do is to try and pick up the bits without spreading them out further. You can use the hose on your vacuum to work over the areas that have the soot. The soot can have larger pieces that need to be picked and the vacuum with the hose attached is the best way to do that. You want to make sure that you are careful so that you don’t walk over the staining. This could mash the soot deeper into the carpet making it harder to remove.
Make a Safe Carpet Cleaning Stain Removal Solution: Now that you are ready to take on the actual cleaning of the spot you want to use a solution that is safe for your carpets. You can use a bowl that you add a couple of drops into. Then use warm water to fill the rest of the bowl and mix it to make suds that are forming at the top. The solution is a cleaner that is homemade and usually will not cause damage to any type of carpets. It is always still a good idea to test it out if you are nervous about it.
Use a Toothbrush to Remove Soot Stains on Carpet: Now that the excess has been removed and you have a cleaning solution you can use a soft bristle brush that is small enough to work in small areas. You want to be sure that you push the stain from the outside to the inside of the stain. This will help to keep the stain from getting any larger while helping you work in order.
Finish Carpet Cleaning Process: You can finish the cleaning process by using a spray bottle that has been filled with cold water and spraying it on the area. Then you can use a soft clean cloth to dab the spot until it has been dried. If the stain still exists you want to call out a professional to clean it.
 

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Carpet Care 2000 can come out to clean unwanted stains from your rugs and carpets. Call us today to have a cleaning technician out to your home.